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snowflakes

small patches of gray or white hair acquired after birth. Skin color is unchanged. See also achromotrichia, vitiligo.
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You can leave it white or create snowflakes in different colours, and add glitter to make them shimmer and shine.
The Joy of Giving snowflake, on the trail at Queen Square Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
Chappey contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Falling Snowflake String Lights to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
If this sharpening effect occurs at other temperatures, which is likely, then it explains how changes in temperature can yield such widely varying snowflake structures.
When cool let the children pipe designs onto the snowflakes and sprinkle with decorating sugar.
Snowflake lineages receiving the harshest treatment responded dramatically, becoming twice as large as their ancestor snowflakes.
Libbrecht studies the science of snowflakes at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
With the first snowfall of the year, students will capture close-up pictures of snow crystals and then use the images to piece together the puzzle of how each snowflake got its unique shape.
Once I get one on a slide, I have a few minutes to photograph the snowflake before it starts evaporating.
But after much soul searching, and watching where others land, the youngest snowflake of the group spots a rural cottage where a woman often comes to the window and smiles while she paints.
The physics professor from California has been shooting flakes for the past 11 years and is now showcasing his amazing results in a book, The Snowflake.
Baubles hand crafted cards (on screen) pounds 4 (for 5), white jelly snowflake lights pounds 15, pink glass candlesticks pounds 4.